Eating poop is one of the most disturbing habits many dogs have. Scientifically known as coprophagia, this common dog behavior problem worries many dog owners. After all, who wants their beloved dog’s breath to smell like poop?
Furthermore, coprophagia also poses threats to your dog’s health—dogs that eat other animal’s poop are much more likely to suffer from intestine parasites and infectious diseases. As with any kind of dog behavior problem, the sooner you act, the easier it will be to stop your dog from eating poop.
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Most dogs do grow out of their poop eating habit after a while. However, it is best to try to stop this disturbing and unhygienic behavior as early as possible.
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